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MoveTo(0,0) sometimes produces "Access denied" error

Posted on 2004-10-13
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Could anyone explain to me why and under what exact conditions MoveTo(0,0) generates an Access denied error. On a page with an onLoad function to return the window to its origin, if you refresh the page and then very fast click on an outbound link, I can get this error to appear. However, I do not know why it comes up.
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hey Kupi, not trying to hijack this post,just want to know: how do you make the anchor link?
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Hi cLFlaVA,
to get the anchor link you have to find the <a name="[number]"></a> inside the HTML (every post has a different one) and add #[number] at the end of the url ;)
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wow, really...
too complicated.

I thought there was an easier way, like at tek-tips.

thanks for the info.
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